Porridge Anyone?

It’s definitely worth waking up early this month to see the pink-footed geese take off from the Basin to find food for the day, and that’s just what those that came on our first People’s Postcode Lottery Goose Breakfast on the 7thOctober saw.  This year 29 adults and 3 children (with 8 volunteers) enjoyed the spectacular  view of over 60,000 pink-footed geese leave in flocks, before heading back to the Visitor Centre for some porridge and toast, and a great view of our kingfisher.

Geese over Steeple (c) Andy Wakelin

If you want to enjoy this view for yourself, we’re holding another Goose Breakfast on Sunday 18th November, 7am – 10am, £8 per adult and £4 per child.  To find out more have a look at our website or give us a call on 01674 676336.

Georgina Bowie,

Vistor Centre Assistant.

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